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Cambridge

 

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Melbourn Amateur Dramatics Society (MADS)
www.melbournamdram.co.uk



Melbourn, Meldreth and surrounding villages

 

Melbourn Amateur Dramatics Society (MADS) are a newly re-established group. The Society was set up by Donna Sleight a Melbourn resident in order to bring entertainment, fun and regular social events to residents of Melbourn, Meldreth and surrounding villages.
Telephone: 07513 457845
Email (for tickets): boxoffice@melbournamdram.co.uk
Email (general enquiries): enquiries@melbournamdram.co.uk or melbournamateurdramatics@hotmail.co.uk

 

Mumford Theatre


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Situated in the heart of the Anglia Ruskin University Campus (off East Road, Cambridge), the Mumford Theatre is a university theatre presenting a range of professional touring, local community and student theatre. It also presents music events including a series of free lunchtime recitals.
With an excellent tiered seating arrangement, the Mumford Theatre is able to boast an enviable reputation for offering a good view from all 270 of its seats.
The theatre opened in 1970 as the "College Auditorium" when the institution was known as Cambridgeshire College of Arts and Technology (CCAT). When the then Principal, Deryck Mumford, retired in 1977 the theatre was renamed in his honour at a gala performance of Menotti's opera 'The Consul'.
The Mumford Theatre now forms part of the Faculty of Arts, Law and Social Sciences.
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General enquiries - email
Box Office enquiries - email
Technical enquiries - email
Telephone:
Box Office 0845 196 2320 (local rate) or 01223 352932
Management 0845 196 2848 (local rate) or 01223 417748
Technical 0845 196 2849 (local rate) or 01223 417749
Fax 01223 417750

 

Newborough Amateur Dramatics Society. (NewDS)


Newborough, Peterborough
Newborough Village Hall, Guntons Rd Newborough, Peterborough

 

Contact Secretary Tel (Home): 01733 810696
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Newmarket School of Dance

Newmarket School of Dance
www.newmarketschoolofdance.co.uk

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Newmarket

 

Newmarket School of Dance offers ballet, tap, modern and hip hop classes in Newmarket and Soham. We prepare students for Royal Academy of Dance ballet exams and ISTD Tap and Modern exams. We also offer Hip Hop classes, including a boys only class and perform our bi-annual show at Tattersalls! We run Musical Theatre Classes where students learn drama, dance and singing and have the opportunity to take part in performances and examinations. We also offer Pre-School dance classes which develop motor and social skills in a fun and imaginative way to children from 2 years of age. As well as adult classes in both ballet and tap - a great fun way to exercise! All classes are taught by highly qualified professionals and are designed for all, from those who wish to partake in dance simply for fun to those who are seeking a professional dance career.
Contact: info@newmarketschoolofdance.co.uk

 

Newmarket Operatic Musical and Dramatic Society Ltd - NOMADS
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www.nomadskingstheatre.com

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Newmarket

 

NOMADS is an amateur dramatic society which owns and performs at the Kings Theatre in Newmarket.
NOMADS are an extremely active society - as we own our own Theatre we have a full calendar of shows each year which include both shows performed by the Society and a number of outside productions.
NOMADS normally perform 2 musicals, 1 pantomime and 3 plays during a calendar year. NOMADS also have a thriving Youth Section for 9 - 18 Year Olds which meets weekly and also performs 1 musical and 1 play per year.
Due to the high work load of the Society we are always on the lookout for new talent to help us. We welcome new members to help out with every aspect of theatre, whether that be Acting, Singing, Dancing, Stage crewing, Lighting and Sound Technicians, Musicians, Costume Helpers,Bar Staff, Box Office and Front of House Staff.
Contact jamie@jamiemaguire.co.uk

 

No. 7 Dot Com Productions


Peterborough

 

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OARS Theatre Company

St Ives

 

OARS Theatre Company are established in Huntingdonshire district of Cambridgeshire (UK) since 1985.
We produce at least one full-length production a year. Past productions include plays by popular authors like John Godber, Arthur Smith and Alan Ayckbourn; period pieces and plays addressing social issues.
In addition, OARS have a long record of work in the community. We are commissioned by agencies and local organisations to provide workshops, assist with training sessions, make videos; and have received Lottery funding to promote professional workshops in the community.
However, many people are familiar with our Murder Mystery Teams that successfully operate in Cambridgeshire and beyond, and have been active for over 8 years.
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One Tree Theatre

One Tree Theatre
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We are One Tree Theatre Productions, a new theatre company based in Cambridge, UK. The company is new, but we are not... in fact we have been working together for some time (some of us for years!) being involved in several productions in Cambridge as actors, directors, set builders, etc. We are self funded company, comprising cast and crew with track records in quality productions, and international collaborative links to three different companies: 3er Drama (Uruguay), Historyonics Theatre (UK) and Sk8 Board Theatre (UK). We have joint our efforts and previous experience and Waiting for Godot is our first production of, surely, many to come. Our main interest is to interact with our local community offering interesting theatre projects and to create a platform where new artists in the local drama scene can develop their talents.
Contact: chrishindley33@gmail.com

 

Peppercorns Performing Arts

St Neots

 

Peppercorns is a Music School and Theatre Company based in St Neots. Founded in 1983 by Steve and Caroline Muzolf, Peppercorns has gone from strength to strength.
We pride ourselves on providing opportunities for everyone to be involved in the performing arts; in a fun and supportive environment. With more clubs and activites than ever, there really is something for everyone at Peppercorns.
For all enquiries contact us:
By Phone 01480 217217
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Visit us at Peppercorns Academy, Little End Road, Eaton Socon, St Neots
Our opening hours are usually from 3pm til 9pm, term time only

 

Peterborough MVC

Peterborough MVC
www.peterboroughmvchoir.org.uk/pmvc.html

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Peterborough

 

The choir are always keen to recruit new members and welcome all, from experienced singers to complete beginners. Rehearsals are held on Monday evenings at The Broadway Theatre, Peterborough.
General Enquiries choir@peterboroughmvchoir.org.uk

 

Peterborough Operatic and Dramatic Society

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Peterborough

 

07812 647977
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PODS ARE THE AWARD-WINNING ‘PETERBOROUGH OPERATIC AND DRAMATIC SOCIETY’, RECOGNISED NATIONALLY FOR PRODUCING MUSICAL THEATRE PRODUCTIONS OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY.
We’re always seeking new members so if you have a talent for singing, dancing and acting please get in touch via email

 

Peterborough Gilbert and Sullivan Players


Peterborough

 

We are a strong singing society with a long tradition of performing the G+S operettas but are not afraid of looking for novel ways to present them, keeping them fresh and attractive to as wide an audience as possible.
Please contact our Membership Secretary, Hannah Neighbour for further information on any aspect of society membership, including new member auditions.

 

Peterborough Mask Theatre

Peterborough Mask Theatre
www.masktheatre.co.uk

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Peterborough

 

Peterborough Mask Theatre have been producing ‘Play of Merit’ for 70 years and are still going strong. We produce three or four plays each year as well as providing our members with a wide range of social activities from workshops to play readings, theatre trips to get togethers down the pub – there is always something going on.
If you want to have a go, we’re not stopping you – get in touch with us at info@masktheatre.co.uk ; be it acting, production. backstage or publicity there will be something for you.

 

Pied Pipers

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Cambridge

 

If you wish to contact the club please send an e-mail to: secretary@piedpipers.co.uk
The Pied Pipers were founded in 1951 by Rex Freeman, Terry Hawes , John Waller and friends to perform reviews and musicals. By the time of the Golden Jubilee in 2001 the club had performed 60 shows at various venues in Cambridge, mainly at the Arts Theatre, the Mumford Theatre or the ADC Theatre. Since that time the club has successfully put on a further ten shows, making 70 productions in total.Membership is by audition and is open to anyone with a keen interest in either singing, acting, dancing, or preferably all three. Auditions usually take place around four months prior to a production, followed by twice weekly rehearsals for around 2-3 months before opening night.
Auditions are friendly, relaxed occasions and take place in private with the Production Director, Musical Director, Choreographer and one independent management committee member to ensure fair play. Please don’t be be nervous; everyone is very welcoming, understanding and friendly. We take the quality of our work very seriously but never lose sight of the fact that it’s always a lot of fun too! If you’re interested in taking part, either on stage or as part of our backstage team, please contact the Secretary for more details.

 

Priory Players Deeping


Deeping St James

 

Contact
Mr Barry Osborne
Secretary: 23 Park Road, Deeping St James, Peterborough, Lincs PE6 8ND
Tel (Home): 01778 342811
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Deeping St.James, Church Hall
Meetings: Mondays 7.30pm
Drama group for all age groups.

 

Random Choice


Cambridgeshire

 

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Sawston Light Opera Group


Sawston

 

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Sawston Players


Sawston

 

It is with much regret that we announce the end of Sawston Players. Dwindling numbers of members willing to act in productions and the lack of a permanent performance space were the main reasons for the decision of the AGM on Tuesday, October 9, 2007 at Hinxton Village Hall.

 

Sawston Theatre Company


Sawston

 

Sawston Theatre Company started as the Junior section of SAWSTON PLAYERS but have since become a separate amateur theatrical company for young people of seventeen and under. Close connections remain with Sawston Players and both companies share their leading director, Frances Brownlie, as well as Sound and Lighting resources. Performers in Sawston Theatre Company productions must be members of Dramawise, a club for 8 to 17 year olds where they meet to learn drama, singing and dancing. Dramawise meets once a week at Sawston Youth Centre, New Road, Sawston on Fridays between 4 and 7 pm.

 

Sawston Youth Drama (SYD)

Sawston

 

In 1968, the Sawston Youth Centre Drama Group was formed to cater to a few young people wanting to improvise some drama. By 1970 the group had switched tracks to draw in bigger cast numbers and battled the local authority for funding, producing the first official performance, "Oklahoma!". 28 years later the group had become a highly regarded and well attended musical theatre company, and was handed over to current leader Mark Long. The group became Sawston Youth Drama, and continued to thrive, eventually splitting to form SYD Juniors in 2005, and then further to SYD 7s as well in 2009. Last year we officially launch Sawston Theatre Company, the latest expansion of the SYD group for 18+ performers.
Sawston Youth Drama have been producing quality musical productions with casts of young people since 1970, and the aim today is exactly as it was back then; to give young people living locally the opportunity to develop skills in all aspects of drama, dance and music. Since the groups formation nearly 1000 young people have passed through the doors, a number of whom have gone on to perform in the West End or on national television. Each year the group aims to produce a show worthy of public performance, and audiences nearing 50,000 have enjoyed our productions to date. We believe these figures reflects the important role that SYD plays within the community and the need for the group to continue offering young people the chance to be involved in musical theatre.
Sawston Youth Drama Juniors was formed in 2003 as part of SYD's ongoing aim to make youth theatre available to all. SYD Juniors offers the opportunity for young people to experiene the thrill of live performance, to develop performing skills, and provides a platform for forming great, lasting friendships.
Formed and now run by past members, SYD Juniors acts as a feeder group for SYD Seniors, much like the SYD 7s group does to Juniors. After spending two years with us in school years 8 and 9, everyone is invited to move up and join the older cast within SYD Seniors.
Want to join the group, or want more information? Mark - email
Gareth - email
Karen - email
Dawn - email

 

Shakespeare at the George

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Huntingdon

 

01223 872099
Shakespeare at The George (SaTG) began in 1959. It has changed over the years but the current arrangements have been in place since about 1981. Shakespeare at The George is a registered charity and is managed by a board of trustees. SaTG is non profit making and has a commitment to promoting drama in the local community. Trust meetings are usually held once a month throughout the year when in conjunction with the director of the play chosen, they agree on the organisation and the development of the current production.
Contact via website

 

Shelford Opera Group


Shelford

 

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Silent Productions


Cambridge

 

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SJP


Cambridge

 

Six Bells meeting room Fulbourn High Street. (01223 243910)

 

Sky Blue Theatre Co

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Cambridge

 

Receiving constructive feedback about a performance or rehearsal is a regular part of our drama sessions. Students learn that feedback is part of learning and helpful to their development.
Our sessions explore and create confidence in acting and communication skills. Sessions may include: Makeup, Masks, Mime, Poetry, Shakespeare, Stage Fighting, Sight Reading, Acting, Improvisation, Interview and Presentation skills. There will also be some dancing and singing sessions.
Sessions explore every aspect of building confidence and communication skills with fun.
Contact: admin@skybluetheatre.com 01223 529491

 

St Ives Music and Drama Society - SIMADS

SIMADS - St. Ives Music and Drama Society
www.simads.co.uk

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St Ives

 

The St. Ives Music and Drama Society (SIMADS) has been perfoming musicals, plays, concerts and caberets in St Ives, Cambridgeshire and the surrounding area for over 80 years.
For more information about SIMADS please use one of the following:
Our website: www.simads.co.uk
Facebook: @simads.drama
Twitter: @simadsdrama
We look forward to hearing from you soon.
Contact: chairman@simads.co.uk

 

St Ives Youth Theatre

St. Ives

 

Established in 2001 & based in the picturesque riverside market town of St. Ives, Cambridgeshire UK, SIYT is made up of around 60 students aged 11-17, (30 boys & 30 girls) with the aim of providing people in secondary education with the opportunity to develop performance skills and to gain experience of all aspects of stage craft.
This includes the support of performances through stage-management, technical support, marketing, costumes & make-up - young people are encouraged to develop the self-confidence and personal qualities that will sustain them through life. Team-working, self-respect & respect for others are key to our ethos. As well as developing performance skills & rehearsing, we organise trips to amateur & professional productions as well as educational visits to encourage understanding of the issues behind the work performed.
Membership is open to anyone in secondary education in Huntingdonshire and is achieved through Audition. The company holds auditions every autumn to maintain a full complement of 60 members
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St John's Choir

St John's Choir
www.sjcchoir.co.uk

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St John's College, Cambridge, CB2 1TP

 

One of the finest collegiate choirs in the world – known and loved by millions from its broadcasts, concert tours and over 90 recordings.
Contact: Email: choir@joh.cam.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0) 1223 338 718

 

St John's Players

St John's Players
www.stjohnsplayers.co.uk

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Townley Memorial Hall, Home End, Fulbourn

 

If you would like to join our friendly club, whether in an acting capacity or backstage, come along to any rehearsal on a Monday or Wednesday and we will be delighted to see you. If you know of a friend who may be interested in joining, we would appreciate your telling them about us. Whether we speak to you first or see you at the hall, we look forward to you joining us.
We are one of the oldest drama groups in the Cambridge area. Formed in 1947 the group recently celebrated its 60th anniversary. We’ve performed in Fulbourn for nearly 20 years now and feel that we are very much a part of Fulbourn's village life.
We perform a wide variety of plays three times a year, including comedies, thrillers, modern-day and costume dramas.
We are always looking for new members of all ages, whether they have experience in amateur dramatics or not. We rehearse twice a week, on Mondays and Wednesdays, from 7.30pm, at the Fulbourn Centre, Home End, Fulbourn. The set is constructed and worked on during rehearsals by our members, and, during play week, the hall has to be prepared for our audience. Members also act as Front of House staff, selling programmes, directing people to their seats, and taking orders for refreshments to be served during the interval. And, of course, we are always looking for new actors for our varied productions.
As well as our actors, we consider our audience to be very important and provide a theatre club that gives advanced notice of ticket sales and organises social events. We also organise other social activities for our members - for instance, we have a Members’ Dinner, and, in conjunction with our thriving Theatre Club, we organise social evenings, such as Fish & Chip Quiz Nights and the Theatre Club Christmas Dinner, with entertainment, and we occasionally arrange visits to see professional productions.
If you would like to join our friendly club, whether in an acting capacity or backstage, come along to any rehearsal on a Monday or Wednesday and we will be delighted to see you.
Box Office: Ticketsource
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St Neots Arts Development Association


Cambridgeshire

 

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St Neots Players

St Neots Players
www.stneotsplayers.co.uk

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St Neots

 

The St Neots Players were originally formed in the late 1920s as a play-reading group.
Meeting in members’ homes for readings, rehearsals and social gatherings, their first ever production (a home-grown piece) was entitled 'Lost In Time'. Eventually, a committee was formed and regular meetings were held, minutes taken and recorded.
Now, the St Neots Players are an award-winning drama group, producing 3 shows per year.
Contact: enquiries@stneotsplayers.co.uk

 

Stageworks

Stageworks
www.stageworksstudio.co.uk/college

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St Neots Site, Longsands Academy, Longsands Road, St Neots, Cambs PE19 1LQ

 

Stageworks is a Performing Arts School offering Full & Part Time training in Dance, Drama & Musical Theatre.
01480 812626 | info@stageworksstudio.co.uk | 01480 223331

 

Staged Cambridge

Staged Cambridge
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Cherry Hinton

 

Staged is a new theatre group recently launched in Cherry Hinton, Cambridge. The profile of the group is to experiment with a variety of theatre styles, ranging from classic to modern. We aim to explore improvisation and musical theatre, comedy, drama and possibly even panto.
Staged which stands for Social, Teamwork, Adaptable, Goals, Expression and Dedication, has been created through the belief of not specialising in a particular genré.
The group is open to complete novices and the more experienced. We meet every Tuesday evening from 7:30pm to 9:30pm in Cherry Hinton, Cambridge. A £2 entry is requested to cover the cost of venue.
Contact: Steve on 07505 427401 or email edalaska@gmail.com

 

Swavesey RADSOC & SVCYT

Swavesey

 

07948 001146
Are you interested in joining Swavesey RADSOC? We are always on the look out for people who want to join the group and you don't need to be an expert in anything to be part of the amateur dramatics world. In fact there are many different areas that you could help with:
Acting, Singing, Dancing
Technical - such as backstage, lighting, sound, set building
Directing or Producing
Front of House - selling tickets, welcoming the audience, bar sales
In 2008 we introduced a small rehearsal fee charge which covers room hire and refreshments - this costs only £1 per rehearsal session. This is a neccessary charge due to the ever-increasing costs of rehearsal and performance venues, which unfortunately become more expensive each year.
If you'd like to join RADSOC, please contact the Secretary for more information by e-mailing Sec

 


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